Annette Marie (Remisoski, James) Lebert was born on July 5th, 1940, to Margaret (Feltman) and Joseph Remisoski. She grew up in Taylor Michigan with her siblings Sally, Peggy, Pat, Tom, and Joe. As a fun-loving child, she enjoyed playing sports, spending time with her family, and getting into trouble with her sister Pat. Annette had three children (Daniel, Patrick, and Marie James) with her first husband Hobart James, who she married in 1957. After losing her infant daughter Marie and becoming a widow within a short time, she went back to graduate high school, continued her education to become an IBM operator, and raised her children as a single mother. In 1966 she had a chance encounter with the love of her life, Albert Lebert – the same man who once refused to dance with her at her sister’s wedding when she was twelve years old. They married on November 4th, 1967, and moved the family to Ontario, Canada to spend their new life together. Annette and Albert had two additional sons, Albert and Joseph Lebert. Annette loved her family and they traveled all over the nation camping and experiencing life together. She loved working in her garden, was a ruthless card-player, and was a talented artist who brought color and life into everything she made. After retiring, Annette and Albert enjoyed their winters in Florida with their three surviving sons, Patrick (Hunter), Bert, and Joseph (Gloria), and their two granddaughters Brittany and Gabby.
Annette Is loved and missed by all who knew her.